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Rapid Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Stroke Evaluator (RHISE)

  • Author(s): Robinson, Zachary
  • Varela, Nuria Perez
  • Doering, Stella
  • Le, Tuyetnhi
  • Valdez, Martin
  • Trieu, Brandon
  • et al.
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Abstract

Introduction: 

Stroke: 5th leading cause of death and leading cause of long-term disability. Current diagnosis to distinguish between hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke with CT and MRI takes up to 6 hours. Project Goal: Design, build , and test first prototype of RHISE to detect distinguishing proteins present in early stages of stroke Solution Concept: ELISA immunoassay tests for: GFAP and NMDA NR2A GFAP: hemorrhagic stroke biomarker NMDA NR2A: ischemic stroke biomarker

 

Faculty Adviser:  Frithjof Kruggel, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Biomedical Engineering

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Rapid Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Stroke Evaluator (RHISE)

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